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Tag Archives: iPad
A lack of marketing is not helping digital editions
I ride a train to and from New York City most of the days of the month. It takes over an hour on the train itself. I make an effort to pass the time reading all sorts of things. I … Continue reading
The Kindle Fire can’t be the best that Amazon can do
Even before I had bought the original Kindle in 2007 (this was pre-iPad days if you’ll recall), I had been a longtime fan of Jeff Bezos and Amazon.com. Back in the 1990’s I bought some Amazon.com stock @ $11/share only … Continue reading
Laurene Powell Jobs should write about living with a modern day Newton
Now that I have finished Walter Isaacson’s biography of Steve Jobs I have to admit that I wish I’d met the man – something I had never felt was all that important before I read the book. What I’d also … Continue reading
Personal handheld computers have already won
This week my associates and I had two different ‘pitch’ meetings with companies that were vastly different. One of the companies was a large electronics and appliance retailer primarily doing business in the New York DMA. While they do sell … Continue reading
A Kindle Fire is cool, an iPad is cooler – an iPadlet could be coolest
When I got my Amazon Kindle over the past holiday season I had my first opportunity to use a tablet for any length of time. I liked the smaller compact size – it fit into my briefcase better than an … Continue reading
Posted in Communication, Customer Experiences, Innovation, Mobile Communication, Technology Tagged $100 tabelt, Amazon.com Kindle Fire, Apple, iPad, iPad 2, iPadlet, Jeff Bezos, Kindle Fire, Steve Jobs, Tablets 4 Comments
What if I wanted a tablet that wasn’t an iPad?
They’re everywhere – iPads. On the train to New York City, on planes, all over the globe I see people using them more and more. As yet I have not succumbed to Apple or any other tablet maker. Part of … Continue reading
Why not a free Amazon Kindle?
As a sometime frustrated original Kindle owner (mainly due to the fact that they have never reached out to me since I paid the $ 399 for the now dinosaur-like 1st edition) ,the news this week http://on.wsj.com/i9NHe2 that Amazon has … Continue reading
College Textbooks getting it on with Inkling
A business associate of mine recently moved to an interesting new startup in Silicon Valley called Inkling. The more I learn about this iPad application the more I like it – and like Adam Lashinsky’s fine March 23rd article in … Continue reading
Posted in Best business practices, Customer Experiences, Technology Tagged Adam Lashinsky, CNN Money, college textbooks, Felicis Ventures, Forbes.com, Inkling, iPad, Kapor Capital, Matt MacInnis, McGraw-Hill, Motorola Xoom, RIM PlayBook, Sequoia Capital, Sherpalo Ventures, Tablet computing Leave a comment
Good Apple/Bad Apple
It is said that revolutions happen one moment at a time. Steve Jobs and Apple Inc. have been consistently gone against the grain and in so doing created a company and I daresay even a movement counterculture based on the … Continue reading
Posted in Customer Experiences, Marketing stuff Tagged Adobe, Apple Inc., Flash, HTML5, iPad, iphone, Smartphones, Steve Jobs Leave a comment
No I-Pad for me. Yet.
Before I left for China a couple of weeks ago I had intentions of purchasing an Apple iPad possibly ahead of the April 3rd release date here in the United States. The Chinese government had different ideas and delayed the … Continue reading